Dealer license in Wyoming is about to be introduced. Fremont County is a county located in the U.S. state of Wyoming. It was named in the honor of John C. Fremont, a general, explorer and politician. From 2010, the population was 40,123. Its county seat is Lander. It is about the size of Vermont. Fremont County was established March 5, 1884 by the legislature in Wyoming County Territory. In 1890, Big Horn County, carved out of Fremont, Johnson and Sheridan Counties. Hot Springs County was created in 1911 from parts of Fremont County, in collaboration with some of the Big Horn County and Park County. Sublette County in 1921 created from a portion of Fremont County and Lincoln County. The County of Fremont has remained unchanged since 1921.
Fremont County is a historic home of the Wind River Indian Reservation, home-Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes of Native Americans.